The Sony Xperia Z4’s Selfie Game Is Strong [Features Front-Facing OIS Camera]

Sony has been one of the more sensible manufacturers of smartphones, offering features such as water resistance, great design, and beautiful displays, yet the company is struggling to gain traction among users.
This time around, the company has upped its game with its all-new flagship Xperia Z4 smartphone, which is very similar to its predecessor, but has a few key differences.
The Xperia Z4 comes with a full-HD 5.2-inch display (none of that UHD nonsense here) and is powered by a top of the line Snapdragon 810 processor, coupled to 3GB of RAM.
At the rear, the 20MP camera module gets the same wide 25mm lens, but it’s at the front where the biggest change is seen. In what should be a first, Sony’s front-facing camera module now comes with optical image stabilization.
This isn’t the only big feature Sony has made to improve its flagship smartphone’s selfie game, but have also tweaked the timer and other such things to improve taking group selfies.
The rest is similar yet different. You still get the metal frame running the perimeter of the device, but the bulk of the phone has been reduced. It now measures in at 7mm and weighs less than its predecessor.
Rounding up the other specifications, there’s a 2,960mAh battery, Android 5.0 Lollipop running under the hood, 32GB of internal storage and ability to add a microSD card of up to 128GB in size.

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